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Gut Check Time
September 21st, 2020
Walls are hard to build.  The most famous wall in the world -- the Great Wall of ________ (see, I told you it was famous) -- took 1800 years to build.A few centuries before Jesus, Nehemiah was a Jew w...  Read More
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Stronger Together
September 13th, 2020
New season, new series!  Having concluded our spring/summer series on Joshua, it's time for us to lean into what it means for a scattered people to reunite and rebuild.Because we're STRONGER TOGETHER....  Read More
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But as for me...
September 6th, 2020
Six months into our "covid adjustments," it's important that we all make time to count the cost to us.  What have we lost?  It's important because unless we're intentional about it, the losses can com...  Read More
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The UPPC Story Project: Mel Spitler
September 4th, 2020
Long time member Mel Spitler is living proof that an “old dog can learn new tricks.” Since 1976, Mel has considered University Place Presbyterian Church his church home.“Well, I have only been here a ...  Read More
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The UPPC Story Project: Josephine and Peter Mburugu
September 4th, 2020
Hailing from a small town on the slopes of Mt. Kenya, east of Nairobi, Kenya, Josephine and Peter Mburugu have made University Place and University Place Presbyterian Church their home. Not only have ...  Read More
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The UPPC Story Project: Jack Baker
September 4th, 2020
Every cancer journey is unique. Jack Baker’s experiences continue to teach him about surrendering his life to God.Jack was born and raised in Burlingame, a town on the San Francisco peninsula, in a Ch...  Read More
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The UPPC Story Project: Emily Bosh
September 4th, 2020
From growing up as a religious minority to planting deep roots in an intentional community, Emily Bosh’s testimony is one of living life on mission. Growing in faith and placeEmily Bosh grew up in Sal...  Read More
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The UPPC Story Project: Sharon Moffitt
September 4th, 2020
As someone whose faith journey had a particularly rough beginning, Sharon Moffit was the last person to imagine she would have an impact on Christian ministries, much less become a missionary to Afric...  Read More
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The UPPC Story Project: Hiroko Yaguchi
September 4th, 2020
Since first coming to UPPC in January 2020, Hiroko Yaguchi has experienced the death of her husband and new life in Christ.   Growing up in Japan, Hiroko has fond memories of summer festivals with fir...  Read More
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The UPPC Story Project: Carolyn Rzesutek
September 4th, 2020
Recently experiencing two major losses, Carolyn Rzesutek has seen God show up in many ways to comfort and sustain her -- often through the church body being His hands and feet.Growing up, Carolyn was ...  Read More
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The UPPC Story Project: Holly and Derek Bray
September 4th, 2020
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Holly and Derek Bray’s occupations were severely affected. However, this season heightened their appreciation for the key role that University Place Presbyterian Church p...  Read More
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Last Words
August 31st, 2020
Marathon runners say that something interesting happens between about miles 18 and 22.  People "hit the wall."  People have to discipline their minds to stay focused on their goal of finishing, and be...  Read More
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